Abhishek Chaubey directorial Sonchiriya has created a lot of excitement amongst fans ever since the first look of the movie has been released. Recently the makers released another trailer, which has made the audience sit up and take notice of the movie like never before.
In this trailer we got a sneak peak of the 5 main characters of the movie – Sushant Singh Rajput as Lakhna, Manoj Bajpayee as Man Singh, Bhumi Pednekar as Indumati, Ranvir Shorey as Vakil Singh and Ashutosh Rana as Gujjar and it manages to the take the excitement to the next level.
While the trailer has a lot of action and drama but it is also packed with some intelligent punches and quirks. The trailer is also laced with dark humour and situation humour that make for an interesting watch. It reminds viewers of movies like Django Unchained, Gangs of Wasseypur and Machete that are known for their badass dark humour.
Sushant Singh Rajput & Manoj Bajpayee steal the show and one does see fascinating transformation of Bhumi in a fascinating transformation.
— Filmalaya (@ajay36mittal) February 9, 2019
The style of trailer cutting is one of its kind, and finally Bollywood can boast of a true western.
One of the viewers after watching the trailer termed it as the coolest thing you will see. He says, “Move over #HollywoodWesterns, Sonchiriya’s new Rebel #Traileris the coolest thing you will see.
Goliyaan! Gaaliyaan! Aur bohot saari Badassery #TheRebelsOfSonchiriya are here & all hell is about to break loose! “
There were also users who felt that the trailer had upped the coolness quotient of Bollywood movies. It goes on to say, “Sonchiriya Trailer upps the Coolness quotient with new #TheRebelsOfSonchiriya Trailer. Redefining kickass, one gun shot at a time.”
There were also twitter users that said
“It is story of Rebels written in dust and blood” or “Yahan har baat ka jawab sirf Rifle
se diya jaata hai! To bina sawaal kiye dekhiye traler”
Sonchiriya, Directed by Abhishek Chaubey of Udta Punjab And Ishqiya fame is produced by Ronnie Screwvala under his RSVP Movies banner and will be hitting the theatres on March 1.